Moving Senate Office to Petion-Ville is for political kickback perpetuating financial corruption at the expense of the public

Leon Lajoie - December 3 2019, 11:47 AM

Moving Senate Office to Petion Ville from its original location is for political kickback perpetuating financial corruption at the expense of the public.

It is obviously clear.

During the Spring and summer season, which are lucrative touristic seasons for the hotels, the country was locked, impeding tourists vacation in Haiti; therefore, some hotels had to close because tourists had to cancel their scheduled vacation in Haiti.

Hotels were losing money.

To mediate the hotels financial deficit, the senate president schemed a shady financial deal in favor of the hotel investors, steering public fund for private business profits.

The senate president should be held accountable for deviating public fund in the interest of private investors!

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